Atulos Empires is a browser based MMORTS, set in medieval times. Build your capital, manage resources, forge weapons, build an army and build or conquer your ever expanding empire. In the game your main capital city cannot be conquered.
"The gameplay isn't really all that innovative, but I still find it fun. I like that you can set some things to be built and come back later, so it doesn't take much effort, and I like that the pace isn't too slow. Also I love the graphics."
The gameplay isn't really all that innovative, but I still find it fun. I like that you can set some things to be built and come back later, so it doesn't take much effort, and I like that the pace isn't too slow. Also I love the graphics.
Though I'm not a big fan of RTS games, I've found this to be one of the better ones in terms of game speed & community.. As for competition, there is really no player that has a very wide advantage on anyone, the towns are limited which makes it a lot easier to achieve the same and compete. I would most definitely give this one a try.
Great war game! I've been a member for about 6 months and have had many combats and made many friends.
Great Simple Game! Perfect for the player that doesnt want to spend hours at his computer. However it is addictive so you may find yourself wishing you could.
Great game - very addictive. Very sympathic community playing. More handy with Firefox, I must say, but works with all browsers though.
i've been playing this game since its testing phase and to be quite honest... its awesome,
it is very noticeable that a lot of time and effort went into the making of it, the community involved is my favourite aspect, great bunch of people play this game and also alliances can be forged and broken in the blink of an eye,
there is serious strategy required to get to the top and even more to remain there ;)
thats what makes it so appealing
I have found the game to be quite addictive. It is definitely faster than most bb rts games in terms of building, but it takes longer to get to the war side of things. Not as visually impressive as some other games, but definitely enjoyable.